Marco has developed an All-You-Can-Print service already being used by many of its larger clients.
Larkin notes that traditional cost-per-print plans can be excellent for many small and mid-size businesses. However, when there are dozens, hundreds or even thousands of printers within a single organization, business or entity, moving to an unlimited plan can simplify things in three great ways:
1. Flat Pricing
As print volumes fluctuate due to sales cycles, seasonality, etc., so do the bills on a cost-per-print plan. This can disrupt a company’s budgeting proficiency and eat up time in the accounting department. With All-You-Can-Print, that problem becomes a thing of the past. The cost-effective bill is exactly the same, every month, without any chance for a surprise fee.
2. No Meters
Cost-per-print plans require customers to collect quarterly meter readings. That’s not a big deal if an organization is running two printers or even 20. However, this can become cumbersome when there’s a big fleet of printers. Because All-You-Can-Print is an unlimited service, there’s simply no need for meters.
3. No Rationing
Many MPS customers often get hit with overage charges, causing them to proactively spend time and energy internally managing print volume. And No employee wants to go over their quota of printouts for fear of a reprimand from management. This “rationing” can be detrimental to the proper documentation of business efforts. With All-You-Can-Print, however, there are no overage charges.
Marco notes that it’s one of the United States’ top-three MPS providers, providing over 700 experts and technicians. All-You-Can-Print customers also receive full MPS, including:
At Marco’s support desk, hundreds of experts are available. According to Maroc, 97 percent of customer-support issues are handled remotely, to keep downtime to a minimum.
Service and Maintenance
With All-You-Can-Print, all the costs associated with on-site printer/copier service are included, so customers will never see a surprise up-charge.
Marco remotely monitors customers’ toner needs so that customers don’t have to. When a machine approaches the need for a new cartridge, Marco ships a new one.
The data Marco collects provides insight into the best ways to place machines in the customers’ print environment, to streamline operations and boost productivity.
For more information, ,connect with a Marco representative.
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